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OK... I just about phoned to book my L&P course today - Iv been wanting to do nails for 15 yrs and decided to train with CND a while back. just need to grow some balls and just book the thing!

So.... I was all set to book the L&P but I keep reading that the complete course is waaaay better. I have only really set out to do L&P, shellac and minx (feet freak me out a bit, I could maybe get used to them but I know I would have to wear gloves?)

Have a few questions :eek:

1. can I complete the L&P then go straight onto shellac and minx? or do I need a manicure certificate (sorry I know my questions must sound daft)

2. What is the difference between the two qualifications?

3. Im a total beginner... so, how long to you experts reckon it takes before you can start charging clients? I was thinking 6 months to be at a decent level - or am I waaaay off?

Im sure I have more questions :-/ my poor wee head is buzzing but Iv have made my mind up to make the call tomorrow.

Thanks guys! I bet yous are sick of the same daft questions :confused:
 

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DO IT DO IT DO IT but then you knew id say that from earlier lol xxx
 

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lol.... but I hate feet? might be a waste of time/money doing the complete...
 

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you kinda get used to them ,you can give them a soak before you touch them and then make them beautiful just think of the toes as stubby fingers lol xxx
 

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any idea why my thread has been "moved"
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you kinda get used to them ,you can give them a soak before you touch them and then make them beautiful just think of the toes as stubby fingers lol xxx

So you actually touch them with your bare hands? :suprised:
 

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any idea why my thread has been "moved"
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Because Consumer queries forum is for non professionals and 'aspiring ones' - as you have yet to do training your question is better suited here..

The main Nail geek forum is for technical questions & answers among technicians, although the lines do get blurry at times..

hth's
 

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Because Consumer queries forum is for non professionals and 'aspiring ones' - as you have yet to do training your question is better suited here..

The main Nail geek forum is for technical questions & answers among technicians, although the lines do get blurry at times..

hth's
MMMM.... I can see the logic in that but its obvious my questions arent/wont be answered here? guess Ill just get told to ring up....
 

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MMMM.... I can see the logic in that but its obvious my questions arent/wont be answered here? guess Ill just get told to ring up....
Hey chick sorry to have ignored your original questions, I got hung up on the 'why was it moved' side of this thread. I have requested some help and an answer from Sweetsquared to this for you...

should have some more useful explanations of the differences in the near future..

hth's
 

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Hi Kinkyboots, there are a couple of threads running on Nail Geek right now - "How did you pay for the CND Complete course" and "CND Itec" which might give you a bit of useful info, and I'm sure no-one will mind you chipping in! ;)
 

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KinkyBoots - hey there - I am not sure about the whole moving of the thread thing (my mod days are over :rolleyes:) but Allen is right - the best possible way to get the most out of your course and to know you have made the correct decisions - would be by picking up and speaking to Debbie Davies on 0113 217 3801 which is her number direct! Or you can PM your number and I will happily get her to give YOU a call!!!

Debs can answer all these queires for you and you will know you got the absolute A OK and best possible answers!! :hug:
 

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